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What radios and channels are used on LOW just to stay in touch and listen to reports, going this weekend! Tks

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Stoneman: If you have a FRS or GRMS radio, set it to channel 7 subtone 11, most of the F/M guys hang out there, not too much traffic there though.. If a Marine radio, it usually is channel 82. That being said, all of the resorts use different channels. If at River Bend, then it's 88 to talk to the guide or resort.. Check the place your staying for their channel... Good fishing Kaz

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Kaz, are you drinking sunny Florida orange juice, or are you up north? Bill

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Hi Bill: Yup, OJ with a little Vodka!! LOL Fishing here is a little different in South Florida. The Peacock Bass in the channels here are very tough fighters.... I do however miss the Ice and the Walleyes... Kaz

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Kaz, have you put any wire in the air down there?

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Hi Jess: No, I don't think the condo would like that.. Plenty height though, we're on the 17th floor...I do have HF in the truck and work 40m and 20m quite often, when the bands are good.. Just a hitch mount Ham Stick, which works quite well. We really have to have a eyeball sometime up at LOTW though. I believe you are up there about once a month in the summer and we should keep in touch to make it the same time... 73's Dick smile.gif

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Kaz: You can find OJ and Vodka at Riverbend you know, the peacock bass might be a little hard to find, unless you've had enough of the above. LOL Headed back in a few weeks, I don't sluppose you will be back though until the water is soft again. Bill

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Bill: You must of changed your Email address.. Send me one at [email protected] so I can get your new one... Kaz confused.gifconfused.gif

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